Canada's Insane Medical Idea

Wed 28 Dec, 2022 08:52 am
The College of Physicians and surgeons in Canada has recommended psychological evaluation and medication for people who refuse the experimental injection. Should be the other way around, but that's how insanity plays out.


Wouldn't it be fun to sit in a room with a psychiatrist who stupidly believes everything he's been told about the pandemic without researching even one thing? Think of the fun when you back him or her into a corner with the actual facts of the matter.
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Wed 28 Dec, 2022 09:37 am
Doctor: Have you given any thought to the question I put to you at the end of our last session, Tim?

Tim: Yes.

Doctor: So, tell me why you believe that your distrust in the world's foremost medical authorities is justified. Tell me what sets you apart from other conspiracy theorists, Tim.

Tim: I've caught them in many lies.

Doctor: Of course you know that that's the claim of all conspiracy theorists, Tim. They all say that they know the truth and that they have identified the liars. So, what are these lies you believe you've caught them in, and who have you caught? Start at the beginning, Tim. What was the first lie, and who told it?

Tim: The pandemic was predicated on the number of cases. Correct?

Doctor: I believe that was the criteria they used.

Tim: And the number of cases was predicated on the results of the PCR-test. Correct?

Doctor: I'm not familiar with the workings of the PCR-test, but yes, that is the test they used.

Tim: Did you know that the PCR-test did not include clinical presentation of the infected?

Doctor: There was a pandemic, Tim. There was no time for established medical protocol. Speed was of the essence.

Tim: But the PCR-test doesn't distinguish between Covid and influenza or other pathogens. It also doesn't tell you whether a virus is dead or alive, or whether or not someone is sick, or how sick they are. But that's the test they decided to use. So, why did they use it, doctor?

Doctor: First, do you have any proof of these claims you've just made about the PCR-test?

Tim: Yes, from numerous sources.

Doctor: Name one of these sources, and tell me what they've said.

Tim: Do you have a computer I can use?

Doctor: Certainly.

After about a minute of punching keys and scrolling:

Right here:

Detection of viral RNA may not indicate the presence of infectious virus or that 2019-nCoV is the causative agent for clinical symptoms. The performance of this test has not been established for monitoring treatment of 2019-nCoV infection. This test cannot rule out diseases caused by other bacterial or viral pathogens.” — The Centers For Disease Control and Prevention.

And here:

PCR does not distinguish between infectious virus and non-infectious nucleic acid”Barry Atkinson: National Collection of Pathogenic Viruses (NCPV) Eskild Petersen: infectious disease specialist.


The doctor studied the quotes for a minute or so.

Doctor: My specialty is psychiatry, Tim. I'm not trained in the physical sciences. It would be unethical of me to interpret or evaluate those quotes without first knowing the correct context in which they were spoken.

Tim: There is no context that needs to be discovered here. They're telling you point-blank that the test results will not tell you whether or not you have Covid, or whether or not you are sick; that's in plain english, doctor, unless you believe that the quote I've shown you is actually some kind of technical medical-speak telling you that the test does detect Covid, and that it does indicate illness? Is that what you're telling me, doctor?

Doctor: As I've said, Tim, I'm not prepared to make unfounded on something I know nothing about.

Tim: Oh but you do know about it, doctor. You've seen what the CDC itself has claimed the test will not do. I would suggest that your bias is causing you to suddenly and inexplicably question your own reading and comprehension skills.

The doctor goes silent.

Tim: Taking a test that doesn't actually detect what it's being used to detect makes no more sense than taking a "vaccine" that doesn't prevent infection or transmission So, why would I take a test that doesn't tell me what I need to know, or a "vaccine" that doesn't prevent infection or transmission?

And what about Fauci's explanation of the PRC-test's cycle threshold? Are you going to also claim that you're ignorant when it comes to what he said about it?

Doctor: I've already told you, Tim, that I am not going to comment on what is beyond the scope of my expertise.

Tim: Well here's what Tony said about the PCR-test.

“…If you get [perform the PCR test at] a cycle threshold of 35 or more…the chances of it being replication-confident [aka accurate] are miniscule…you almost never can culture virus [detect a true positive result] from a 37 threshold cycle…even 36…”
Doctor: Okay. Your point being?

Tim: The FDA recommended a cycle-threshold of 40. What do you imagine the reason was for them to do such a stupid thing? And why didn't Fauci speak up and tell them how stupid it is? So, why would the FDA recommend a cycle-threshold of 40?

The doctor goes silent

Tim: So, what I need from you, doctor, is some good sound advice on how to deal with betrayal from trusted entities.

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